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DSP First: A Multimedia Approach. Solids and Structural Materials

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This hands-on, multimedia package provides a motivating introduction to fundamental concepts, specifically discrete-time systems, for beginning engineering students. It is suitable for introduction to electrical engineering, undergraduate digital signal processing, and survey courses in electrical engineering for non-majors. This class-tested learning package can also be u ...more
Hardcover, 523 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Prentice Hall (first published January 1997)
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As an introductory DSP text, DSP First covers quite a bit of ground: 1)a review of complex number manipulation and phasor representation
2)common concerns with sampling, aliasing, and hardware implementation
3)the important concepts of linearity and time invariance
4)Fourier and FFT
5)signals & systems review (convolution, cascading, impulse response, step function, impulse signal, cascading)
6)comparisons of signals/systems in the time domain, frequency domain, and z-domain
7)and all manner of fi
Mar 29, 2011 Joecolelife rated it 5 of 5 stars
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This book is a great introductory book on analog and digital signals. It doesn't require any previous knowledge on signals and systems. It is student friendly, and can help alot in understanding the basics of the topic. I recommend this book to all those who would like to take an idea about signals.
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I don't know why GT used this book in EE2200. It was pretty godawful :/.
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